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Maybe after this warm period in different parts of the world will have winter,we cannot predict the weather as long as the seasons moved,we may be very surprised for what's to come.
As for a "small ice age" in the OP's title, heh, well I'm sure the people up in Nome, Alaska would actually agree with you, but I don't think it's happening.
TextJanuary 20, 2012 – BECHAR, Algeria - Snow fell Tuesday in the Sahara Desert in western Algeria. A 24-hour cold spell brought snow and rain to the region. Strong wind blew the snow across roads and buildings in the province of Bechar. Meteorologists predicted a return of good weather Wednesday. People who live in the region said the snow was good for the palm trees because it killed parasites. Bechar is located in the northern Sahara, about 36 miles south of the Moroccan border. –Nine News